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HELEH WALLER AND REG/NALD HINSHAW PRESENT; 





HUBilSHED ANNUALLY BYTHE STUDENTS 



WRENN MEMORIAL UBRAE If 

HIGH POINT COLLEGE 

HIGH POINT. N. C 



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Of WIGH POINT COLLEGE, HIGH POINT, N.C 



FOREWORD 




COLLEGE 



'HE WATCHFUL LITTLE PANTHER HAS AC- 



COMPANIED THE CANDID CAMERAMAN ON 



HIS TREK THROUGH THE YEAR 1940. TO- 



GETHER, THEY HAVE CAUGHT YOU, DEAR STU- 



DENT, AND PLACED YOU IN THIS, THE FOUR- 



TEENTH VOLUME OF THE "ZENITH." IF, IN 



VACANT OR IN PENSIVE MOOD, THESE LITTLE 



REPLICAS OF YOUR ACTIVITIES STRIKE UPON 



THAT INWARD EYE AND BRING YOU SMILES 



BECAUSE OF RECOLLECTIONS OF YOUR COL- 



LEGE DAYS, THEN WE OF THE STAFF SHALL BE 



HAPPY. 



ORGAHIZATIOHS • ATHLETICS • FEATURES 



DEDfCATfON 

TO 

WILLIAM ARNOLD LAMBETH, D. D. 

Zealous Christian Minister, 
Genuine American Citizen, 
Loyal Trustee of High Point College 

Who by his generous spirit of un- 
selfish service, has endeared himself 
to all whose lives he has touched. 

WE DEDICATE 

THE ZENITH OF 1940 





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GIDEON IRELAND HUMPHREYS, A.M., D.D., LL.D. 
President 

BOARD OF TRUSTEES 

H. h. McLLis Preiident 

N. M, Harrison- Se(rftury 



11k. J. W. PRITCHARJ) 

Dr. Vt. I. Hlimphkrvs 
Rev. J. C. AuMAN 
Mr. C. F. Finch 
Mr. H. a, Mn.Lts 
Mr. C5. H. Kearss 
Mr. K. K. MiLLOWAv 
Rev. N. M. Harrison 



Mr. C- C. Robbivs 

Mr. J. S. PlSTKEIT 

Dr. S, W. Taylor 
Mr. L. F, Ross 
Mrs. M. J. Wren-n 
Mr. a. M. Rankiv 
Dr. W. a, L.iMBF/rH 
Rev. J. E. Pritcmard 
Mr. R. M. (>i.\ 



Dr. J. H. Cl I chin- 
Mr. Chas. W. McCrakv 
Dr. J. D. Williams 
Mr. J. M. MiLLIKAN- 

Mr. J. XoRMAN Wills 
Mr. F. Logan Pobtpr 
Mrs. C. F. Finch 
Mr. E. T. Teacue 



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ADM(N(STRAT(ON 



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fACVLTY 




Mi5is Louise Adams 
A.M. 




InstTU-CtiMT in 



Mitt^i- 



J. HOPART Allred 
A.M. 

Privies lOT cf AJtydiftl 





Allf-h AusTI^' 

B.S. 

Aiiitiunt Promotioriitl 

Secretary 




Helew B- Bartlett 
PH.D. 

AtSOciatt Prof e HOT of 
HiitOT-jF 




Mrs. Ai.da T. h5i.>:nY 
M.A. 

ImlritcioT in 3ufi»Cff 
Dcp-trtmcnl 




Mrs. Almetta Brooks 
B.S, 

InftTdCIOT of Art 




Edmond O. CuhmcnckS 
Ph.D. 

ProftilOT of Chfmtilry 







£. Barton Dulac 


Walter R. Fleischmahk 


Mrs. Walter R. pLEistJHJsiANN 


WtLLiAM H. Ford 


M.A. 


A.M. 


B.A. 


A.M. 


Proftisor of Bufit%€fs 
Aiir/finiitr-itton 


InsiTitcicr in GramatKS 


iTtjrfueiOT I'n D/jmjfiff 


Affiitant PtoftiiOT of 
Busmen AAminiitration 



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PerCV E. Lindley 

A.M., LiTT.D. 

Df^n of Co/ifgf -Jrtt/ 

PtofeifOT of Religioui 

EducdtioJi 








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Mrs, William H. Fobd 

M.S. 


E. C. Glas<jOw 
A.B. 


Mn5. Lillian M. Gheen 
Houit MotbtTf 


R. Howard Gunn 
A.B. 


Profenor of Hom^ 
EtonOTnics 


JastiucioT of Enghih 


Boy' I Dormitory 


iTHIruiloT of Euiimris 
AJmtTihtratioit 




Janet F. Hall 


Nathanifi. M. Hj^hi^ison 


Benjamin H. Hill 


CLIfFOHU R. HlNiiHAW 


'mtruffor lit Muiii: 


B.D. 


Ph.D. 


A.M., LiTT.D. 




Promotional Strcrrttiry 


PfofefiOT of Buflosy 


ProfirifOT of Eifitfjlion 
iind Psychology 




E. Vera Iikji- 


C. Lucille Johnston 


Paul S. Kemnett 


Hark[ET Killquch 


A.M 


PK.B, 


B.D,. LL.D, 


B.S. 


Prof a tor of Englnh 


Sient-Jiy to Pruid^ni 


ProfeiSOT of Hisiory 


Diflithn 




A. C. Lovelace 
A B.. M.Ed. 


MmS. MaHEL T, MlLLIKAN 

A.B. 


J, Harlev Mduhas'e 
M.S. 


Atiiitjni ProfesitfT of 
Etiticatiort 


Soi:iiil Direiior of 


Proftfior of Cbfrniffiy 



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A0MINISTRATION 
AND FACULTY 




Vaul SroTT OwiiW 

MA. 
Aiiiitani Pioffiior !>/ 
Buiinfjs AdfniitisfTiilitJTi 




Mrs. Cullen B. Owens 

Mus.B,. ScH. Mus.B. 
He^td of Muik Depdrta^ent 




Donald J, RuLfS 

MA. 
Prof (f SOT of Bngtiih 





GERTIIUDE SxftJCKLER 


MfLS. Alice Paige White 


B.S., A.M. 


A.M. 


P hector of PhyiUal 


Librarttitl and 


Eilucdtian ffif Woimn 


Proffttfir 11 f Grct-k 




Nathaniel P. yAnBROUGH 

A.M. 

Aijoditte Pt<?fefsor of 

Modern I^nsf^agei 




C. Virgil Yow 

A.B, 

Oirtcfor of Phyticai 

Education for Men 



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Bond, Williams, Coble. 



OFFICERS 

Archie Williams - ■ President 

Beverly Bond Vice-President 

Becky Coble Secretary-Treasurer 

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SENIOR CLASS 



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E.MiLiL Hanks Api'LH, K.iX. 

KLKStRSVlLl-t, N. C. 
AM. 

Sij;ma Alpha Wii 

Bgrtus MiLiiotial Hospital, 'jy; W. A. A., 
I, 2, j; Mydern PriscHIa, 2, 3; Ze.vixh, 2; 



Forrester C. Auman 

■SEAOROVE, S. C. 

U.S. 

Football, 3, 4; Chri-tiaii Etideacor, i, 2, j, 

4; Akrothinian Literary Scieiety. i, 2, 3; Hi- 

Po,' 3. 



R. ST.-\xLr.Y Bf.rc, 

CIIAKLCiriK, \-, C. 

A.n. 

Ce:iiral liiiiU' Iiisiisuit:, 1, 2.; Baseball, ;. 



Helen' Gertrl'de Blackburn 

r;KEE>,sr,o!io, n. c. 

C.S. 

CnmmeTcial C'iiib, i; Hcnor Roll, 3, 3; hi- 

ternati.irial Relation)^ Cluh, 4; Future TiMfK- 

f rs Cluh, 4. 




SENIORS 



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SENIORS 




Beverly Earl Uund 

HAVXKSVtt.l.l;, I. A. 

A.B. 

F.psilnri Eta Plii 

Seoretiirv, Nnrth Caioliiui Stiiik-iit Minis- 
terial Associatiim, i ; Vice-President, Seiiinr 
Class; Thaieaii Literary S'lticty, i, 2, 5, 4; 
President, 4; Soccer, 3; Wlin's Wlm, 4; (-)i- 

Pn, I, 2, 3, 4 ; F.iVitiir. 4. 



John K. C.AtiLE 

AM. 

Thaleaii Literary Siiciity, 1 ; Ministerial A-- 
soeiatiiiii, 1, :;, 3, 4; \'ii-e-Presitlrnt, 3, 4. 



AI.IRV HiLLlARI) C ARKWVAV 

mc.H Miisr, s. L. 

A.B. 

Aittmcsiaii Literary S<icifi>, 1, 2, j, 4; 
Hniior Roll, 3; FootliKhters, 4; Future 
Teachers, 4; Tiinihling, 1; International Re- 
lations Club, 4. 



IvA\\REXCE William Carte,. 

XEW YORK. \'. \. 

B.S. 

Banil, I, 4; Siiccer, 3, 4; Engineers' ('lull, 
5, 4; \'iee-President, 4. 



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Rebrcca Cobi.k 

II A« RIVI-R, V. C, 
U.S. 

Sigma Alpha Phi 

Trea-.urer, ria>s, i ; Woman's Athlelic A.>- 
st^ciiitJon, I. 2, 3^ 4 : Arltmtff^iiii] Litt'rar>" So- 
ciciv, 1, z, J, +; Miidfrii FriM'illa, i, 2, 3, 4 : 
SL't'tftary 3; \'U"i-Pri*vitlciit, 3; President, 4; 
ilniHir Roll, r, 1; Sfcretary, ClasN 4; Fiiriirr 
Teachers, 4; Marshal, 3. 



LuL isE Holt Cole 

WISR, N. e. 

A.B. 

Sigma Alpha Phi 

Arlemesiaii Literary Society, i, 2, 5, 4; 
IJaskethall, t ; Christian Endeavor, i, 3, 3, 
4; Class Manajier, 4. 



AdELAIDK V'lkGl\l.\ CoXMiK 

ilASVll.I.E, VA. 

U.S. 

Nikanthaii, i, 5; Avertte College, 2\ Modern 
I'ri-iiilla, I, I, 4; \^'om.^n's Athlelie A^^n- 
fiatimi, i, 3, 4; Christian Kiideavor So- 
ciety, I. 



Anna Elizabeth Dark 

IHOMASVILLE, K, C, 

B.S. 

.■\rtemesiaii Literary Society, 2, 3, 4; 
Woman's Athletic -•Issociatidn, r, 2, 




SENIORS 



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SENIORS 




Helen Bess D.wis 

EN' (-"IE I 1), V. c. 

B.S, 

Flora MacDonald, i ; ArttmL-^iaii Litcr;ir> 

Society, 2, 5, 4; Pre-I.aw C'liih, 4; ni)riiii- 

tory Criiitifil, 4. 



(lEoKCE E. El.KlVS 

LIBERTY, \. C. 

U.S. 

Kp-- ill II I Etii Fhi 

.Akri'ilnnian L.iter:ir\ Sficiffy. 1, 2, 5. 4; 
Steretar'i, 2; \'iL'e-Prf>itlffiit, 3; Prcsidcti;, 4; 
A Cappclla Choir, i, 2, 5; President. 3; 
Manager Ha>keth,TM, 5: Piiti-Hi-lk'nit t'tmti- 
cil, 4; PrMtitnr, 4; ('la^-• Pre-itlciit, 2. 



Guilford 
Priscilla, 



K. Ve.st.-\l Ferclsox 

HRAH.VM, S. C. 

B.S. 

1 ; W. C. r. N. C, 2; Mndeni 



3, 4; Treasurer, 4; Wriinan's Ath- 
letic Association, 3, 4; Reporter, 4; Nikan- 
thaii Literary Society, 3, 4; Christian En- 
deavor Society, 3 ; \i. S, C, 4. 



JENNIE RlTH FlSHER 

RIL-KflEll), *.". C. 

A.:;. 

Pfieffcr Junior College, 1, 3; Woman"? Ath- 
letic A> ociation, 3, 4; Class Manager, 4; 
.Art-'tnesian Literary Society, 3, 4; Future 
Teachers Ciut>, 4; International Relations 

riuh, 5. 



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Sibyl Ei.eaxor Fowler 

I'lN N UI.F., s. c. 

A.B. 

SiKiiia Alpha Phi 

ChrUtijii r.FKieavnr Siii-iety, r, 2, 3, 4; Ni- 

kiinlhari Literary Ijfjcift>', Ih ^, I, 4i 

V\'iiinan\ Aihlctic Assiifiatlou 3, 4; ZfiSlTII 

Stalf, 4; Fiitiiri- Ttafhers Club, 4. 



SeVMOLR HoLtDAV Franklin 

FREE PORT, \. V. 

A.B. 

Idta Tau Kapp:i 

Foothal!, 2, j, 4; Co-Captain, 3, 4; Basket- 
hall, j; Class Baskeihall, 3, 4; Basieball, 2, 
4; Hi-Po, 3, 4. 



RlTH VltKRIA FlTRELLE 
CREEKSBORO, S. C. 

U.S. 

N'lndeni Priscilla CMub, J. 2, 3, 4; Treasurer, 
:; ; Nikaiitliaii Literary Society 4. 



H. Beuron Garlixgton 

POLLOCK, l..\. 

B.S. 

Epsiloii Eta Phi 

rhaleaii Literary Society, 1 ; Soccer, i ; Has- 
ketball, 1, 1. 




SENIORS 



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SENIORS 




Florence Mii.nREn Grant 

CARVSHLRn, \. C. 

A.B. 

Nikanthan Literary Society, i, 2, 3, 4.; 
Woman's Athletic AsMiciatioii, 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Class Manager, 4.; Christian Endeavor So- 
ciety, I, 2. 3, 4. 



Joe Hutchinson Gray 

HIGir POl^T, s. c. 

B.S. 

Epsiliin Eta Phi 

Akrttthiiiian Literary Society, r, 2, j; Treas- 
urer, 2; Circulation Manager, Hi-Po, 2; 
Vice-President, Class, 2; Junior Marshal, 5; 
Student Council, 4; Treasurer, Council, 4. 



Hugh Hampton 

RUTHEKFORDTON, .V. C. 

B.S, 

Epsilon Eta Phi 

Varsity Basketball, 1, 2, j, 4; Captain, 4: 

Soccer Coach, 4; Basehall, i, 2, 3, 4; Ak- 

rothinian Literary Society, t, 2, 3. 



Herbert Fra\'k. Hartman 

ABVAXCE, K. c. 

B.S. 

Epsilon Eta Phi 

Thaleati Literary Society, 1, 2; norinitory 
Council, I ; Student Council, 2; Cla^s Presi- 
dent, 3, 



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Fr.ink (Ihcr 


DixiE liRowx Hel.ms 


lEXlNtnOV, N. c. 


RAMILEMAS, V. C. 


M. S. 


A. B. 


EpMlriii F-t:i Phi 


Mi-rftliih Ciillejie, i ; Arlernciinii Literary 
Sdfiety, 2, 3, 4; Christian f.ndeavDr, 2, 3, 4; 


Commertial Cluli, i ; V. M. C. A„ i ; Xt:\- 


\V. A. A., a, 3, 4; Interiiatiniiai Relations 


iTit, 2; Akrothiiiiaii Literary Swicty, i, $, 


("lull, J, 4; B. S. t"., I. 1, 3, 4; Future 


Seftetary 2, Prebiiicnt j ; l>iirinit'iry Cimii- 


Tearhers Cluh, 4. 



cil, 2, J, 4, \'tce- President, 3, President, 4; 

Hi-Po ^, tircuLition MaiiaKer 3; Intcrna- 

tinnat Relaiiniis CtiiH, 3, 4; BLi>inei<s Mati- 

aKT Stiidcni I landlnidk, 3, 4. 



RlTM Hin-LER 
TIHJMASVn.l.E, *^. L\ 

A. n. 

Alpha I'hesa I^m' 

Arttrmssiaii Litirari Siiiitly, 1, 2, j; A Cap- 
prlla Chnir, i, 2, 



JosEi'H Mallard Uillhrh 

THOMASVIlaE, \. C, 

n. S 

Thalfan Literarv Si>Laet}', 3; rrt'>hman Bas- 
kcthall. 1 ; International Relations Chih, 3, 




SENIORS 



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SENIORS 




Reoinalij Hinsh.wv 

eiCK POIXTT, N. c. 

A.B. 

Inta Tail Kappa 

Student Council, t. 4; PrFsideiii, Boy's. Day 
Council, -(. ; V. M. C, A., 1 ; Akniihinian Lit- 
erary Sncitty, I, 2, 3; Marshal, i; Critic, j; 
Hi-Po. I. :; ; Sports EtJitnr, 2; Teniii>, i, 2, 
5, 4; Football Mana^fr, 2; Freshman tjas- 
Lighfetl Lamp, 5, 4; Athletic Council, 3^ 4; 
ketball; Chift Marshal, 3; Who's Who, 4; 
Zesmi, 3, 4; Business Manager, 4; Foot- 
lighters:, 3, 4; Interiiational Relatiini* Cluh, 
4; Future Teachers Cluh, 4. 



Percy H<ill.\M) 

IIEKI.IN, Mh, 

U.S. 
I^and, 2, 3, 4, 



Lawrence Bverlv Hult 

I.KXINCtTIX, V. C. 
A.IJ. 

International Relations Club, 3, 4; President, 
3; Forensic Council, 4; Ministerial Associa- 
tion, I, 3, 4; Vice-President, 3; Law Club, 
4; A Cappella Choir, t, 3, 4; Akrothinian 
Literary Society, i, 3; Secretary, ;; Inter- 
collegiate Debater, r, 3, 4; Christian En- 
deavor, 1, 3; Footlighters, 4; Hornir Roll, 
I, 3; Hi-P«, I, 3,4. 



Nell Elizabeth Hultox 

Hinil PDIXT, \. c. 

A.B. 

Theta Phi 

Wfinrjan's .-\thletic -Association, i, 2, 3, 4; 
A Cappella Choir, i, 2, 3: Class Treasurer, 
3; Marshal, 3; President, (iirl's Day Cciuii- 
cil, 4; iitudi'ut Council, 4; Honor Roll, 3; 
P.Tn-Heltenir Council, 4. 



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LlLLIE EsTJELLE H(J1'K1NS 

KOH\VOfJll, N. C. 

A.H. 

Pfeiffrr, i, 2: Christian Endeavor, 3, 4: 
H, S. v.. 3, 4; U. V, P. r„ 3, 4, Prfsidem, 4; 
Tuture Tcachrrs Club, 4; Ministerial Asso- 
ciatinii 4; Nikanthan Uti-rary Society, 3, 4. 



Annie Hall Howell 

TKOMASVJl.I.E, X. c. 

A.R. 

Chnwan College i ; Artemesian Literary So- 
ciety, 2, 3, 4; Cliristiaii Eiulcaviir 2, 3; Inter- 
national Relations, 3 ; Future Teachers Club, 
4; B, S. l'„ J, 4- 



Robert L. Johnson 

DEKTON, N'. C. 

B.S. 

Delta Alpha Ep>ilon 

Student Cnvernmeiir, 3, 4, \'ice-Pre«ident, 3, 

President, 4; Thalean Literary Soeietv, 1, 2, 

3, 4; Forensic Council, 3; Lighted Lamp, 

3. 4- 



Alice Loi.ise Jones 

THOMASVlLt.K, X, C. 

A.B. 

Alpha Theta Pst 

Artemesian Literary Society, 2, 3, 4. 




SENIORS 



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SENIORS 




Mary Jeas Kallam 

LAVVSONVIl-LE, N', C. 

A.B. 

E. C. T. C. I, 2. 



Esther Elizareth Kjvett 

HIGH POIM, \. C. 

A.B. 

Alpha Thei.i Psi 

N'ikaiithar Literary Society, i, 2, 3, 4; Scc- 

relary, 2; Vife-Presiilent, j; Ministerial As- 

wiciarion, 2; Pan-Hellenic Council, 4; Sec- 

retan-. 4. 



Mabel Esther Koontz 

IIIOK POtNT, X. C. 

A.B. 

Hi-Po, 2, 4; Nikaiithan Literary Society, t. 

2, 4; A Ciippella Choir, 1, 2; International 

Relations Cluh, 3, 4; Debatins Club, 2, 4; 

Orchestra, 1, 2. 



"William Davis Locke 

ENFlELtJ, K. (.. 

B,S. 

lola Tan Kapp:i 

I'halean Literary Society, 1, 2, ;. 4; Diirnii- 
tor}' Council, 4; I^asketball Manager, 4, 



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Marc Hoyle Lo\elace 

II inn POINT, N, c. 

A.U, 
Iota Tail Kappa 

Band, 3, 4; Thalean Literary Socitty, 3, 4; 
A Capptlla Chdir, j; Hoiinr Roll, 3, 4; 
Vice-Prosideiit, Class, i ; V'iit-PresidtiU, 
Class^ 3; t^olleije Marshalt 3; Lighted Lamp^ 
J, 4; Who's Whrp, 4: Intercolltgiatc De- 
bater, 3, 4; Intematiniial Relations Cluli, 
3, 4- 



Danease Gravsox Manley 
high point, k, c. 

AH. 

Alpha Thela Psi 

Artemesian Literary Society, 1, 2, 3, 4. 



Hilda IVIartin 

RICH SOL'ARE, N. f. 

B.S. 

E. C, T. C, 1, 2, 3; K. S. t"., 4; Interna- 
tional Relations Chjh, 4; Nikaiithan Literary 
Society, 4. 



Marguerite Br ice McCaskill 

BLANEV, S. C. 

A.B. 

Nikaiithan Literary Society, 2, 3; President, 
3 ; International Relations Club, 2, 3 ; Fu- 
ture Teachers Club, 3; Who's Who, 3. 




SENIORS 



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SENIORS 




Horace McKinney 

Umil POINT, N. c. 

A.B. 



Doris ViRcmiA Metger 

FROSTBLRG, MD. 
A.B. 

jIuc Ridge College, i; Woman's Athletic 
Association, 2, 3, 4; Artemei^ian Literary So- 
ciety, 2, 3. 4; Ilimor Roll, 3; Foiittighttrs, 
3, 4; Clirls-tiaii Endeavor Socitty, 2, 3; A 
Cappella Choir, 4, 3 ; International Rela- 
tion;. Club, }. 



Esther Cl.arissa Mi ran 

TORRINCTON, CONS. 
B.S. 

Sigma Alpha Plii 

Marshal, j; Who's Who, 4; Dormitory 
Council, 3 ; Woman's Athletic Association, 
I, 2, 3, 4; CLiss Matiafjer, 1, 3; President, 
4; Christian Endeavor, 1, 2, 3, 4; Nikan- 
than Literary Society, t, 2, 3, 4; Monitor, 
2; Modern Prisi'illi Club, 1, z, 3, 4; Sec- 
retary, 3; ^'ice-Pres-ident, z; Class Treas- 
urer, 2 ; Class Secretary, 3 ; Future Teachers, 
4; Individual Volley Ball Award, 5. 



Nellie Graham Moore 

DEIXO, N. f. 

B.S. 

Pfietfer Junior College, I, 2; Christian £11- 
(ieavtir, 4; B. S, V., j, 4; Vice-President, 3: 
President, 4; U, Y. P, C, 3, 4; Individual 
Basketball Aivard, 3; Ministerial As-socia- 
tion, 4; Modern PriscJIla Club, 3, 4; Future 
Teachers, 4. 



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lllCI! POIKT. K. C. 

AS. 



Rl TH M.ADELINE MvBRS 

HIGH POIMT, v. C. 

A.B. 

Nikaiithan Literary Society, 3, 4; Inter- 
national Relations, 3, +; Future Teachers 
Clith, 4; Honor Roll, j, 4. 



IvA Pearl Nkhulson 

GRAHAM, K. L. 

E. C, T, C 1 ; W. C. V. N. C. 2 ; Modern 

Priscilla, 3, 4; Arteme^ian Literary Sucietv, 

3, 4: W. A, A., ;, 4; B. S. r,,'3, 4. 



Simeon- Bvrox Njpong 
«1\st0n sai.em, n'. c. 

A.R. 

Mi^^^tcrial Assoriatioii, i, », 3, 4, Chaplain, 




SENIORS 



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SENIORS 




Jaimes Talujm Onoyt 

MT. OLIVE, X. C. 
A.B. 

Campbell Cnllegr, i, 2. 



Alice Overmax 

lilCH POINT, S. f. 

K. S. 

\V. C. r. N. C, 1, 2; Band, 3, 4; A Cap- 

p;'lla {'hdir, 3; Nik.niuhaii Literal Sncitffy, 

3. 4. 



Mae Sle Pegram 

HKJli POINT, X. C. 

A.B. 

A. S. T, C, 1,2, 3. 



Mary Rlth Peeler 

MCCt'lCHEWIltK, OHIO 

A.B. 

PfeifFcr, 1, 2 ; [iittrnatiojial Rtlarinii!- Club, 
4; Future Teachers Club, 4; Arteinesian Lit- 
erary Sdciely, 3, 4; Cliaplaiti, 4, 



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Wit-i.i.iM Edgar Pooviiv 


VVii-i.i.v^i .'\LEx.\xnER Rhxnie 


)11f:H POINT, X. L'. 


MF.THDE.\, M.Wi. 


U.S. 


A.n. 


Bri-varil ('iillciLCt-, i ; Akrt)thiiii;iii Litem r> 


ilmuir RiiU, [, :;, 3; FtKjthall, j; Haiul, 2 


Sm-lelv, 5, 4; 'rriick, 3. 


3, 4; Thaltraii Literary Sutiety, 1, 2, 3, 4: 




Prt-yidfut, Slatf Stiidenl Ministerial Asso- 




ciaitiiii, 2; Who's Who, 4. 


• 






• 


1'. H. Sl ARBORd, Jr, 




niM-TlkJI, S'. c. 


Ch.vrles Sh.arpk 


H S. 


f;RKF..>;sBaRfi, s. c. 


Ii>t;i 'l":iit K.ippn 


A.H. 


PIcitfer, 1, ^ ; riialcjn Litfrary Swii'ty, 3. 


1 jiiilfortj C'c^Me^tr, 1, 2; iVIiiiistf riiti AsM)cia' 


4; StcrctEin , 4; Hanil, 5, 4. 


tiiiii, 3, 4; Ffidtlighters, ;, 4. 











SENIORS 



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SENIORS 




RicHAkD Adijisux Shori 

1 1 inn POIN'T, \. c. 

B.S. 

Tennis, 3, 4; Soccer, 1, 3; Bliiik "H" Club, 

3. ♦• 



Margaret Virginia Sink 

moil POINT, \. c. 

U.S. 

Hoiiiir Riill, 2, i; CVimtnfreial Cliih, 1; Ni- 
kantliJin Literary Society, 2, 3, 4; Interna- 
tional Relations Cliih, 4; Future Teachers 
Club, 4. 









E. M. S:\IITH 




Mrs. Fern Smith 




INCH I'OIM, \. L\ 

A.B. 




JtlOH ["OtNl, N. C. 


Winttrite, 1 


, 2; Wake Forest, 3 ; B. S. V. 4; 




A.B. 


Ministt'rial 


Awni-ialifin, 4; Future Teachers 


i'ing;itE, 


t, 2, 3 ; Future Teachers Club, 4, 




Club, 4. 



UJ) 



I.KE RoV SfEXCER, JR. 

iiii:h I'oisr, V. c. 

A.K. 

Mhii>t<;rial AsMJciatiini, i, 2, 3, 4, Pre>i(leiu, 
;; Ititernatioiial Relatiniis Club, 3, 4, Hroi- 
iIfjiI, 4; Dthatt Cluh, 4; Aknithiiiian Lit- 
erary Sf>eirr>\ J. 4; Chaplain^ 3; Ff^rensjc 
Oiiintil, 4. 



RitiiARH Herxard Stol.ack 

BKOOKI.VV, S. V. 

B.S, 

MaiiSKfr ruotball Team, 2, 3; Block "H" 

Cliili, 2, ;, 4; Akr'ithini.iii Literary- Society, 

I, 2, 3, 4; Dramatic Club, 3; Medical Club, 

4; Track, 2, 3. 



JESSE Lee Swixscin 

CHARLOTTE, V. C. 

A,B. 

Coluinbiii Bible Institute, i, 1; Baseball, 3, 

4; Footlijihter's, j, 4: Miiii«erial AiKiciatioii, 

3, 4; Honor Roll, 3, 4; Christian Endeavor, 

3. -i- 



Hexrv Terry 

MCCAI.L, s. e. 

B.S. 

Delta Alpha Epsilon 
Band, i, 2, 3, 4. 




SENIORS 



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SENIORS 




Anna Margaret Tesh 

l.RXlSnTOX. s. c, 

AM. 

i}r^tr[\\h(}rti Cf\]\ii;^e, i ; Min]>tLri,il Asxicia- 
tion, 2, 3, 4; Swri'tary, 4; I'liiiirc Ti-arln;i> 
Cliih, 4; rhristi;in r.iufc.iviir. 4; liitrrii;i- 
r;(iii;il Kcl.Ttititis Club, 4; Uniinr R(i1l, 5, 4. 



Ri TH Merelvn Thompson' 

IIIDMASVII.I E, V. C. 
li.S. 

riietii Phi 

Artcme iaii Litcfnry Socii'ty. 1, 2, 3, 4 ; \ii-f- 
Prf ideul, 5; Miidern Prist:illa Cluh, 2t 3, 4 ; 
WrinanS Athletic A>«itiati(iii, 3, 3, 4; Dnr- 
mirttry fiuiiKJI , Prfj-iiictit, 4; Student CJov- 
frnmtrir, 4. 



Lalra EuiTH \'ance 

HIGH POINT, S. C. 

A.B. 

Theta Phi 

Artemesiaii Liter.Tr> Sncicry. 1. 2, j. 4; Sci'- 
reiary, a; J'rfasuriT, 3; Prf^ldt-ni, 4; Com- 
mercial Cliil), 1; A Cappella Choir, 1, 2, 3: 
Secretary, 2; Student Council, 2; Day Stu- 
dent Cnuiidl, 4; Bmd, 3, 4; Woman's Ath- 
U'tic Assiiciation, i, 2. 



ilELF.v Wall UK 

KINSIO.V, N- L-- 

B.S. 

Sijjma Alpha Phi 

\V*tmaR's AthJetit Association, r, 2, 3, 4; 
Chri>ti3ii EiitkMvur, 1, 2, 3; Stiretary, 2; 
n*>rrtuIory C'nincil, 2. 3; Treasurer, 2; See- 
reiar\, 3; Nikaiithiin I.iter.iry S.-ciety, i, 2, 
3, 4: I'rraNurer, 3; Critic 4; Student Coun- 
cil, 4; ZfiMiH Statt, 3, 4; Editor, 4; Mar- 
shal, 3. 



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\'eREL jE.\NETTn \V'\R|i 
l.tKKRTI, \'. C. 

K.S. 

Si(;rna Alplia I'lli 

CViiniiitfR'i.Tl Club, i ; Clirivtian Hiiili-;ivtir, i, 

3, J. +; Nik;iiith;iii Literary Society, i, 2, 5, 

4; Student Ciiiincil, i, 3, +, Secretary, 4; 

Zenith, 3, 4, 



SpuRCEtiv Warner 

riUH.FORB, Cd.l.Ed:, ». C, 

AM. 
Guilford, i, 2, 3. 



Vera Joseph ixe Weaxt 
(iir;n pnivi, v. c. 

AM. 

Alpha Tln-ta (M 

Nikanthan Literary Sricitty, ;;, 3, 4. 



Eik;ak Stricklaxij Welrorx, Jr. 

TIJOMASVII.t.E, y. C. 

AM. 

Epsilon Eta Phi 

niirmiiDry Council, 5, 4; \' ice- Prei-kl tilt, 3; 
Akrothiiiian Literary Society, 1, 2, 3, Treas- 
urer, 3 ; Freshman Basketball, i ; Junior 
^'arsity, 2. 




SENIORS 



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SENIORS 




Archie (Irai- Williams 

vvRMii:i I., K. e. 

U.S. 

Epsilfiti Eta Phi 

Akrothinian Literary Sin-irty, r, 2, 3; Secre- 
tary, j ; Prf>i(iciit, Cla», 4.. 



Fo\ Alexander WoKfimu 

i.K-vjscmx, N, c. 

A.H. 

Ciiristian Kntltfavnr, r, 3, ^, 4; Akrruhinian 

!4tfrar\ Sofieiy, j, 2^ 3: CMi;iplain, 2; Mar- 

'hal, 3; Maiiasirr, HaM-ball IVain, :;. 



C, Arthlr York 

HIGH POINT, N, C. 

Delta Alpha F.psilon 

Akriithiiiiari Literary Stii'iety, 1, 2, 3; Frt")i- 

man Baskethall, i ; Student Council, 3 ; Laiv 

Cluh, +. 



WiLLtAM El.MER \'nL \c; 

(lltai POIM, S. L'. 

U.S. 

Ep^i^>ll Alpha Phi 



H.AL D. ^'o\v 

OlBSOSVrLI.E, N. c. 

B.S. 

t'lass Previilcut, 1 ; Baseball, 1,1, j, +; Man- 
ager, Football, 4; Aknuhiiiian Literary So- 
riety, i, ::, 



tj?: 



oAlma better 

In our hearts we hold the memry 
Of a place we love the best; 
O'er it wares the purple banner, 
Emblem of its fearlesmess. 



Ch, 



■oriis 



We praise thy name and honor true. 
They stand for loyally and love; 
May yours be fame that to you is due 
For yoit rve'll always fght. 
We want the right 
To uphold thy standards high; 
To give (he best n/e have to thee, 
Mem'ries of you ne nil! cherish. 
H. P C. 

WheT2 we're on the field of battle. 
When we strive for praise to thee; 
May our teams be undefeated. 
Ours the crown of victory. 



IBS} 




Knitirw/. i^p.Tiiihi'Nr Lidwdt'r, ClifEon. 



OFFICERS 

Burke Koontz President 

Robert Clifton Vke-Pretident 

Rachel Spainhouk Secretary 

Helen Crowder Treasurer 



/UNIOR CLASS 



[J9] 



JUNIOR 



CLASS 



EvKt.VS A I KINS 

HFGH POJWT. N. *:. 



Jane Austi.v 

HIOH palMT, N. C. 



\Vl 1.1.1 AM B.*LLARU 



Marcaret Baird 

HIGH POINT. N- r. 



Blaine Baxter 

FALJ-STON, N. C. 



Wii.i I.AM BEN'Nrrr 

HItiH PQirJT. M. C. 



Paul Hesrv Blair 

HK;h PCitWT, N. c. 



Ggktkude Bimcham 

ONION <mOVE, N. C. 



Olin Ulickensokrhir 

GARY, JMU. 



Helen Brovv.\- 

ASHEBDRO. N. C. 



Winifred Bluiton 

HIGH POINT. N. r. 



WlNlKREU Br\'AN 
KirlLORr, N. c. 




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MA\(.EV BVERl.Y 




K.tMER C'ASIIAIT 


I.EXINOTON, N. C. 




TSENITT, S. C. 




Lawrknue Uvrlm 


Brule Camravvav 




HfGH POINT. N. C. 


HIOH fOIMT, M. C. 


Alick Chanoi.er 




Charles Cocmrase 


nir.n potnTk n. r. 




STAJf, H. r. 




Robert O.ifton 


Sam Coble 




KICH I^OSKT, N. EI. 


HtCJH POINT. N. C- 


Lucille Cravek 




Helen Crowder 


HIGH PQIWT, N, C. 




HlCiJi POINT. N. C. 




Edith Criebs 


Marv Snosv Criolkbal-gii 




HIGH POINT, N. r. 


rtIGH POJKT. N. r. 



JUNIOR 



CLASS 



t4U 



JUNIOR 



CLASS 



Pa 1.11. Demon 




Catherine Elijson 


SHAMNOK. N. t:, 




HIGH POINT, N. c. 


AlBKRT E.\RI.E 


Garland Ellis 




MT. LAKE. N. J. 


CAnir, N. c. 




Louise Em.ison' 




Jessie Frakser 


HICM POINT, M. C. 




HIGH POINT. N- C. 


Delreri F-VEKii.^rr 


Jniis Farlow 




THOMA5VII-LE, N. t. 


SOPHIA, H. C. 




Mary Taylor Gay 




Horace Gu.es 


MAftGARETTESVII-Lf. Pf. C- 




HIGH ]?OINT, N. c. 


HOMARB GaKMO.V 


Ao.iM Lee Gibsos 




HlCIt POINT, N. C- 


HIGH pt>JNT, N. C. 






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M.1RSE Gram 






ROBERI HoLUmAY 


HIGH POINT, N- r. 






MO M ftOE , N . C, 




\'lCTOK tlARBKK 


B EM LEV Vin Hf.c. 


K 




■W'EEHAW'kKN. N. J. 


LE-rXlNGTON. N, C. 




Doris Holmes 






Kilt. Keese 


£;rahaM» n. c 






BI^H SI^tJAHE. S. C- 




Henkv Hubble 


LLCIl.t.K JOHNSOS 






NO(lT>< HALSTON, VA 


WINSTON-SAI.KM. K, c: 




PaUUN£ Ken NET! 






Jacic Lee 


HSGH POINT, N. (. , 






MIGH VOlNt, M. t;. 




Nelue Kin-REEL 


Bt-RKE KO()\I-r 






HENDeHSON, N. c. 


HIGK PUSWT, N. C, 





I U N I R 



CLASS 



[•tj] 



JUNIOR 



CLASS 



Marcel Malfreceo 


r 




Jack Morav 


CLARKSBUBd. V,-. VA. 






HifiEPOKT. K. V. 




Joe May 


James Moore 






Tt^OMASVILtE, N. C. 


TTtOUTt'JLLK, VA. 




RUTit MlTRPMY 






Bybbelle Njcholas 


THOMASVILtB. N. C. 






SALtlS, MISS. 




Frank Mlrrav 


George Nf.edham 






GIBSONVILLE, N, c. 


GREENSaOBO, N. C. 




Louis Nicro 






DOKOTHV PeCRAM 


LONG ISl.AKU, M. Y. 






CBEENSBORO, K. c. 




Sara 0>vex 


Celeste Pavnb 






TROT, N. C. 


HIGH POINT, N. r. 






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Cleo Fis'kjx 






Brm* Sechrest 


CJtEEKSaoJtO, K. C- 






HIGH POINT. N. C. 




JRAN'S'E RASKJN' 


U'tJRTH R0\ AL 






MrCH POINT, N, C* 


THINrT^'. N. C, 




ROBERT SicELorr 






Rachel Spain hour. 


HIGH POINT. N, C, 






WINSTON -SALEM. S. C. 




COBI.E Shoffxer 


Robert Snjher 






GtBSoNVlLLE. S. C, 


HIGH POINT, S, C. 




WlLLFS TARVER 






Carmev Verko.v 


GRAYSON, LA. 






MT. HOLLY. N. C. 




Cleo Templeton 


Ll'Cv Neal Thaver 




KARMONy, N. C* 


TELlKlTl-. N. C. 





JUNIOR 



CLASS 



[ij] 



JUNIOR 



CLASS 



V. A. \V.trn, JK. 



Emma Whitaker. 

ENFIf-.Ul, N. C. 



Liu.v Whitaker 

ENFIELD. N. C. 



UOVL'E WVKK 
SPINEJALF, N. r. 



Frank Vousr 

HIGH POINT. N. C. 




r-wj 




HunC . Letafib., Bivcru, \lerhigF. 



OFFICERS 

Bob Merhige President 

Elvin Lewis Vice-President 

Grace Bivens Secretary 

Virginia Hunt ■ Treasurer 



SOPHOMORE CLASS 



[471 






SOPHOMORE CLASS 



Harriett Berry 

(]r\CI; HlVEN.S 
HUWKLL CaIMPHELL 
t^LMA ChA^JBI.ISS 

Marv Ri th Clin vkh 
Evelyn Davis 

W^ll.LIE KlAVARDS 

Florence Elkins 
Sara Lol' CIerrincer 
Helen (iibson 

GIRLS 



Rlth Good 

Al'DREV CrLTHRIK 

Kith (h ver 
^f^ RiEL Hilton 
ViRcrxtA Hint 
Anne Kitchens 
Christine Kiber 
Hi [.HA Lanier 
JEAN Maxwell 
RiTH May 
Dolores McKeown 

C ARC HAN NiFONG 



Irene Parker 
Ethelda Peters 
Rlth Phillips 

CiERALDINE RaSH 

Frances Scruggs 
Mary Smith 
Iris Thacker 
Josephine Tomlinson 
Marv Townsend 
Charlotte Varner 
Mabel Warlick 
Elizabeth Wood 




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»GHPonvTCOLLbGJr 




BOYS 



DARRBIX Al.LKKtl 
ROBRRT AMJRFMS 

Fov Heck 
Harry Brooks 
Ben Bulla 
Bakks Chilton' 
Mii.LARO Coble 
George Connor 
Jerome Covsihan' 
Ralph Cox 
Forrest C.vies 
JiMMIE EiMARns 
Bakks Evas's 
Leonard Fal'st 
Frank Fersamje;: 
Ralph Ferree 
Russell Fitch 
Samuel Fowler 
\'ers'us- Forkev 



William Frazier 
Cech, Freeman- 
}io\ii CJet'iv 
\\'arren' Godwin' 

El> tiREESlIN 
JOH\ llAMM 

Frank Harris 
Robert Hicks 
Robert Holi 
Arnold Hvrr 
Russell Huhhes 
Lewis Jarvis 
Bruce Jenkins 
LovD Johnson 
R. S. Kicer 

TOMMT Kl.VASZCZl/K 

VViNFREO Lamar 
Ralph Lanier 
Elvtn Lewis 
JiMMiK McCam. 
Robert Merhk^e 
Herberi Miller 



Fred Mills 
HiLi.iARU Nance 
Melville Odum 
Robert Overman 
William Hatterson 
Milton Price 
Harlan Reid 
Malcolm Riley 
Clayton Sechler 
James Scoit en- 
Joe Sheets 

HERNARII SliLI-EII 

Stokes Smiih 
Frank Stone 
Albert Sucre 
Ellis Sutton 
liRUCE Thorbl'rn 
David Weatkerlv 
Georoe Welborn 
John Williams 
Brandon 'i'oRK 
Paul Vounts 



SOPHOMORE 



CLASS 



[«3 



UNCLASSIFIED STUDENTS 



Fov hSECK 

I. lev Rf)st;i.i.K IlKoiiii* 

(■|HRij;s O. Klcii.v\.\\ 

\'lK(;iMA HlKIOV 
Mll.MtKI) HVEHI.V 



J.KllNARI) CUCIIKANE 
HE.VRV FKRRliE 
V'iRfllMA FiSK 
JDSKPIUVK (ilBSOV 

Ha/ HI Lassjikk 

Mks. HKl.f.S. R. LiMISAS 

Mrs. K. r. SiiREUAiT 



Alice Ei.sxabeih Strotz 
Bessie White Tesii 
Mar\ L. TiMMyxs 
Elizabeth Vest 
Leslie Ward 
C, V'iRiviL Vniv 



PIANO STUDENTS 



GRAtE BlVlS'S 

Olis; Blickemsdrrfer 
Nell M. Himphrevs 



UumjiU'i Man<;is 
DoKis MrrGER 

HeRTHA V, MuLLINtX 

Zelma Parnei.l 
Doris Poindexikr 



Cathekine Ri as 
Gene Th acker 
Ei.izAiiETii Vow 



VOICE STUDENTS 



Alma Asipkevvs 
Harrikti Kkrrv 
Hanks riinroN' 
JesstE TKA/im 



James Emorv t;iBsox 
Hetty Joe Hal'ser 
A. A. HouTs 
Zelma Parneli. 
Mrs. W.m. RAfTsiiAi f 



Sara Slruccs 
EVEi.VN' Sharps 
Sam Taylor 
Myrtle Titman 



ART STUDENTS 



EVEI.VS Atkiss 
Martha Bait\ 
WiMtREti BuR^ll^ 

llELE'i WrOWS 

GKHiRiiit; Bim;ha.vi 

A.VSABtL BlNfiHAM 
EllHH Cribbs 
Mari S. Cridlebolch 
Alice Chasuler 
C.vniEKiNE Ellisov 
l.ouisE Ellison 
Jenme Ruth Fisher 



jKSsiK Fka/ier 
Huntl HoWKI.I. 
t'AIHERIVE KeWEI)^ 

Mrs. Ai.'iA Li.vuLt:i 

MAR(.LERnE MtC'ASKll.l. 

Ruth Murphy 
Mrs, S. W. Mvers 
Hasese Manlev 
Jean Ma.viveli. 
Iya Nicholsok 

DdRIITHY PERRAM 

Mae Sue Pec.ram 



MiLTOx Price 
RuTK Peeler 
Rachel Spain hhur 
Mrs. Ferk a. Smith 
Mrs. E. Stirevvai.t 
Bersahi! Shu FELT 
Mary Alma Teague 
An.'ca Tesh 
Henry Terry 
Carmen \'er\o\ 
Jlle Warres 
Mrs. Emma S. White 



1501 




LinviUe, Wvinec, RozclLc, ^X'aI'fcn. 



OFFICERS 

Junus Weiner Presidetil 

Richard Rozelle V ice-Preiident 

JuLE Warren Secretary 

Dorothy Lenville Treasurer 



M 



FRESHMAN CLASS 



[Ml 



FRESHMAN CLASS 



k:iihr\ii alien 
iTina aiidrew 
mary 1 ill Ian aiidrevv 
martlia bastv 
annabfl binghanrv 
doris byerly 
eloise hoiienhfiiner 
ruth cave 
Irancfs chappell 
doris cliiiard 
willie clinard 
jrayiicll ci>iirad 
em ma lee cress 
Relieve crnwder 
jean davis 
Josephine deal 
anna lee elliscn 
evclvn evans 



GIRLS 



nellie graham 

nitli griffith 

hetsy hammer 

wand a harville 

mary hdlton 

yirgiiiia jester 

mi Id red jones 

mary kathryn kenned> 

arline kotler 

eliiaheth Inng 

ruth Ipughlin 

leatrice lindlev 

donithy llnville 

may Inftiri 

elizaheth tfiii|i; 

hislen macneal 

graci- mckaiijjhn 

belle moore 

f ranees mussehvhite 

martha grey mickey " 

grace nevius 

patricia nrtman 

ruth parkiT 



doris poindexter 
ilorothy pre^nell 
mary randfilph 
annie gaii ridge 
doris robbins 
paidine roach 
eli?.abeth russeil 
Catherine ryan 
rond^ Sebastian 
Helen scott 
carol smith 
estelle smith 
tioris spencc 
UiciUe stout 
liarbara Strickland 
mildred styers 
mary alma teagu; 
marie thayer 
ruth thaler 
roberta underwood 
jute warren 
tlina whitaker 
Caroline vork 




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BOYS 



paul altit-r 
alvin bolesi 
John brooks 
M'illiard brown 
douglas case 
James caudle 
Clyde Cecil 
eugene Connelly 
Clinton crew 
John currence 
ke davis 
hurley davis 
george demmy 
martin dreyfuss 
Jacob dun can 
james duncan 
tliomas elliiit 
ros& farku^' 
morton flower 
leroy foster 
roland garmnn 
I, w. gerringer 
leon Kibson 
harold green 



arthur griswold 
James glbsfln 
cmiiiett hamiett 
harry ha user 
hilly henderson 
William h inkle 
alvin hurt] 
sint'lair horney 
William hovvell 
arthur hiimphrey 
hernard hurley 
william hutchins 
alfred hours 
chrirles ivey 
James Jacobs 
robert kearn^ 
bavTie kee^'er 
brUL'e key 
William king 
william langfan 
hill laiigley 
frank lambeth 
franklin lawretice 
alfred lea 
henry lewis 
lavvrence (tnncman 
morton littmar 



s, j. little 
James lowder 
william long 
Charles nu-ctnii 
gerry messeher^ 
henry miner 
duncaii monroe 
lindsay moore 
alhert morris 
hilly morris 
frank morton 
alfred neikind 
bill nifong 
dan odom 
leo pappas 
richard payiie 
joe petaek 
david phillips 
henry pope 
robert pritchard 
harold reynolds 
martin rosen 
richard rozielle 
darrell sechrest 
william setz;er 
theodore Schumacher 
iulius shermaii 



b. b. slaughter 
harry sandusky 
fretl sloan 
bernard snv'der 
ross spencer 
francis stalmaker 
^villiam starnes 
sam taylor 
hfih truesdell 
michacl tynherg 
henry van bylevelt 
KKorKC van guilder 
ho\^■a^d veach 
spofFord veiiable 
James walker 
martin walkoff 
Julius weiner 
bill vvelbfirn 
rnhert williams 
tlon "Wilson 
rnhert wilson 
george wood 
gile wood 
elliott Wynne 
htrraan wyrick 
carl vow 
george ^uras 



FRESHMAN CLASS 



C5» 



ORGANfZATIONS 









%v 




.J 



-^ 



v^wl 



J 




/ 



/ 







ROBERT JOHNSON 



To make the way for a better student- 
teacher relationship, to instill into the stu- 
dent a sense of responsibility to himself and 
to others, and to guide and direct social ac- 
tivities en campus, are the major aims of 
the Student Council. The Council also 
serves as a connecting link between the dor- 
mitory and day students having its repre- 
sentatives chosen from each of the two 
bodies. This year two additional members 
were added to represent the boys' and girls' 
day student governing bodies. Under the 
capable presidency of Robert Johnson, the 
Council sponsored most of the outstanding 
social functions of the school year. 



STUDENT GOVERNMENT 



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Bivcns, Tempi e{qn. Holmes, Ba]tV, ThampsiJn 



DORMITORY GOVERNING BODIES 



Ruin Mekei.vk TutJMPsiiN . . President Frank Hkce 

Hn.ES- Davis rlcc-Presideut Edgar Welborn 

Ci.Eo Tempi, BTON Snrelary Jack Moras" . 



President 

Senior Ripreieniattve 
Junior Rrpreirntalivf 



Earle, Locke. Sralmaki^r. Moran, Ht>;f. Ferret. Welhorn, Counihan 




tsaj 




Pjrk«[. Ailtn, HoEton QoKtiec. \'±nL4 



DAY STUDENT GOVERNING BODIES 



Kill Holto.v 
EoiTH Vasce . 
Heles Crowder 



PnsiJtitt 

S/nior Rfprijintiithy 
Junior RtprfSfritatii'i- 



Recisaiii Hi\su,v« PrisLtiiit 

Marc Ldvejace . . Senior Rtprrst-ntalivr 
RijBERT Cl.tnoN . . Junior Ri'/>ri'tftttativf 



Trazicr, Lovelace, Hinfhiw, True^alf. Oiftan. 




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THE 

ZENITH 

WALLER, Edit,., 
HINSHAW, M^nagtT 




Helen Waller 



Editorial Staff 

\'erel AV.\rd 

Jack Lee 

Rachel SfAiXHOiR 



SlB^'L FtJWLER 



Business Staff 

RECtXALD HlXSUAW At.SERT EaRLE 




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Irene Parker 
Marse Gravt 
Mabel Koontz 
Sevmolir Fravki.iv 
Bl'rkk Kfiosi/ 



Editorial Staff 

Emanuel Seifk 
Fravk Moriov 
Tris Thacker 
Julius Siiermav 
Wivvir. Brvav 



Victor Harber 

DoROlllV PRESVELL 

Jack Hons 
Doris Poivdexter 
Ll'lmi.le Craven 



Laurevce Hfii.i 



Business Staff 



ftlliV K.MIM 



Joe Sheets 




THE 

Hi-PO 



ROND. EJitor 
HAMM. Minaftr 



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VOICE DEPARTMENT 

Direct from smdy at the Juillard School of Music in 
New York City, Miss Janet Hall, head of the Voice De- 
partment of High Point College, has effected many im- 
provements in that department which are noteworthy. A 
gifted and well-known singer herself, Miss Hall has great- 
ly aided in the upbuilding of the reputation of her depart- 
ment through the presetitation of numerous recitals both 
on and off campus. 

Instruction in Voice culture is open to the students 
working toward a B. S. degree in Public School Music or 
to students wishing to develop their voices through private 
lessons. 

Perhaps no held Jn the college curriculum has aroused 
more interest at High Point than has the field of voice 
culture. The increasing numbers of young men and 
young women interested in the various courses of the de- 
partment have necessitated its enlargement. 




MRS. JANET RUSSELL OWENS 

Chott DiTcittor 




MISS JANET HALL 



THE A CAPELLA CHOIR 

The presentation of the "Messiah" and the "Elijah" re- 
quired most of the rime of the choir chis year. The ac- 
tual selection of the choir members, however, was not done 
until the beginning of second semester. 

The college quartet composed of Banks Chilton, S. W. 
Taylor, Dick Rozelle, and Bernard Hurley, was given 
more prominence than ever before. This group sang at 
many programs during the year, both on and oft campus. 

The choir gave numerous presetitations, but took no 
long trips as is the usual custom. It was most outstanding 
during the commencement programs where it has become 
a fixed part of the graduation exercises. 

The achievements of Mrs. Janet Russell Owens, head 
of the Music Department, and director of the choir, this 
year are certainly worthy of praise. Her continuous train- 
ing of both the choir and the quartet accounted for the 
great improvements of both groups. 



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First Soprmio 
Martha Baity Louise Ei.i.isov Ansa Tesh Luiv WiinAKKR 

Mary S. Cmiii.KBAirr;!! Zef.ma Pahski i Ciivrhiitk Warnkr 



Stcoiiil S'jpr/iii'j 

Evelyn Atkivs Harriet Uerrv Jessie Frazier 

Helen Scuri 

FinI JItii 
Aubrey Guthrik Nell Hoi ton Jkan M.y.\ukii. 



Doris Poindexter 

Banks Chilton 

To M M ^ K I \ AS \cz I' K 



Second Jito 
KoriH V'akce 

Fiisl Tenor 

l.AWRFSCE BVRLlM 

Sciiind Tniw 

U'ALJE tCoONTZ 

First Bdis 



Rum PiiiiT.iPS 



NlN\ \^■|II1AKF,R 



Emma Whitaker 



S. \V. Taylor, Jr. 



B.VSIER SlAIICHTER 



Dick Rozeli.e 



L. W. Gerrinoer Warren Godwin Joe Mav 

Elliott Wvnke 

Second Bmf 

Olin Blickemsi)Kri-er Jack Holts Hkrnaru Hurlev Charles Mecum 

Francis Stalmakek 



C A P E L L A 



CHOIR 



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THALEAN LITERARY SOCIETY 



Ofkicbrs 

BKVRRt.v BOMD • President 

Axnmv Earle Fiif-FrnUfiil 

P. H. SCARBORO Srrretary 

Morton Fi.fA\ er Trcamrrr 



Roll 



Bill Rensie 
Marc Lovelace 
Hob Johkson 

HKRSiARtP SlILKKLT 



Jacob Duvcan 
BiLLv Locke 
Bakks Chilton 

0l1\ BLlCKENSllKRtl-.R 

Tom Ml KiNAScvKiK 
JoHS- Williams 
BiLLV Uesuersov 
Henri Miner 
Ross Spekckr 

\Kf\ B( l,LA 



boice wvnn 
Charles Mecvm 
Joe May 

VlCrOR IlARBER 




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Officers 

MARfiLitKiii. McCaskii.i President 

Cleo TEMPLE■ro^ Ciu-Pitsutnil 

(JEKAi.mvE Rash Smrtary 



Erma Asbrkus 
Mary Avorews 
EvKi.v>; Atkins 
AsvABEr. BlSialAM 
IIele.v Brown 
W'imkreu Hlirion 
Doris Bverlv 
Rlih Cave 
Jewei. Campbki.i 

El-MA ("HAMBt ISS 

Marv Ririii C'lixARi) 

DOKIS Cl.lSARIl 
WlI.I.IE Cl.lNAKI) 

Adei.aiok Co V nor 
Llcii.i.k Ckaven 
EvKLVv Davis 
Josephine Deai 
I.oi'isE Ei.r.iaoN 
EvEi.vN Evans 
\'ESiAI. Ferclsov 

SiBVI. FOWI.ER 

Ruth FrrREM.K 

MAII\ 'r'AVIOR tlA\ 

Sarah Lol! <.;!!RRIv(:(--r 
Helen Girson 
Nellis (}kama.m 

Mir.DRKIl CjRAM 



Roll 

Al'DRF.V tit. fllRIE 
MaTTIE Rl I II til 1 FR 
150HIS IIol.MF.4 
Llt.l.V Ildi'KINS 

Virginia Hunt 

V'lKniMA Jksikk 

Lucille Johnson 

N'ELI.IE KlTTRELL 

Elizabeth Kiveti 
Mabbl Koontz 
Aklene Koir er 
Heit'^ Lanh 
Rlih Laiciii.in 
Leathice Lindley 

DOROTin LiNVILI.E 

Eri.ine LorriN 
Hli.iiA Martin 
Dolores McKirm n 
Ma«i;l mit I Mt'C \skii i 
Hkien MacN'eai 

RlTH MOVERS 

Martha {Srav Milkev 
Esther Miran 
!<ELLiE Moure 
Helle Moore 

Ei.EAS'OR MlSSELHHIII 

Grace Nevr's 

KVRflELLE NlCHOI AS 



Alice Uverman 
Celeste Payne 
Ruth Parker 
Etjiei.ua Peilrs 
DoROiHV Presneii. 
Gerai.ijine Rash 
Helen Scon 
Maroarh Sink- 
Carol Smith 
EsiEt.Lk Smiih 
Doris Si'tstE 

MlLOBEIJ SntRS 

Rachfi. Si'AJMHII k 
Cleo I'empleton 
Licv N'eai Thaikr 
Marie Thaveh 
Rlth Thai er 

MAR^ ToUNSEMI 

Mari Alma Tem.i i 
Anna Tksh 
Roberta ("vtiKRHooo 
Chariihie Varner 
Hei ts Wait ER 
\'ere[ Ward 
Jli.k Warren 
Joan W'ilitams 
Eli/ahlhi Worn I 



NIKANTHAN LITERARY SOCIETY 



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ARTEMESIAN LITERARY SOCIETY 

OFFfCERS 

Kdith Vavck , . ,...., Pri-suU-nl 

Brttv Seciirrst Ihi-Prrsuifnl 

Irf.se Fabkhn Srnetary 

Roi.[. 



Jave Austin 
Martha Haitv 
Hakriit Ufrrv 

tiFRTRLDf Hi MTU AM 

Ghace Bivrvs 
Wis ME Brvan' 
Alice CHA>;r>!.ER 
Amne Cmappei.i. 
Fkasces CHAPI'RI l 
REBKCCA C'OBI.Ii 

Louise Cole , 

MARV Sm)W CttlDl.EBALTlH 

Geneva Crowuer 
Helex Crovvder 
Helek Davis 

Wll.I.lK EltVVAKllS 
F[.'JRE\CE El. KIN'S 

AsNA Lee Ei.i.ison' 
Taiheklvk Ellison 
Jennie Ri.th Fisher 
Jessie FRAiiiKe 



Ruth Gooi> 
Ruth CjRiffith 
Betsv Neil Hammer 
Wamia Harvh.le 
RuiH Hepi.er 
Mary Holton 
Nell Hoi.ton 
Mii.iisEi) Jones 
Pavi.jne Keksfit 
Chhistise Kiser 
Anne Kitchens 

ELI/ABriH LONfi 

Daneasb Manlev 
Rlih M.^v 
Jkas M^vxvvell 
Doris Metrer 
Grace McKavohan 
IvA Nicholson 
Patricia (Irtman 
Sara Oive.v 
Irene Parker 



Zelma Parnei.l 
Ruth Peeler 
Ruth Phillips 

CLEO PlNNlX 

Doris Poindejiter 
Jeann'e Rankin 
Marv Randolph 
Annie CJah. Rh)0E 
Doris Robbins 
Betty Russell 
C.«herink Ryan 
Betty Securest 
Mary Smith 
LucH.i.E Siom 
Barbara Stkicklanu 
Irjs Th acker 
Ruth M. Thompson 
jody tomli.nson 
Edith Vance 
Carmen V'emnon 
Carolin'e York 




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Officlrs 



LiiROV SH^:^■c■^:R .... 
Albert Earle . . 
iRHNf Pakkph 



Spiyllif 



. . First hsiiltinl Sf-riil;,-r 
Hi'fttrJhiff St'tt-fftiry 



Forrester ,^uman 
Lestei H.m.i.ard 

Wl 1.1.1 ARIl Hrovvs 
Il.^KRV BRnOKS 
VVlMKKHIl HURTOV 
\V I MIR til HrV.^N 

Mar I II A Haitv 

Cl.lNION' CRKVV 

Elma Chambliss 
Jack Cauiji.e 
Mariiv Dkevkuss 
Jacuh Dlncak 
Ralph Fkrkek 
Ruin Flitkki.le 

EVRLV V llAVlS 

MiLi)Ki-:ii < Ira NT 

L. W. tiKRRINCER 

Warri-s' t;onwi\ 
Victor Harber 
Kill Hk^dersos' 
Mari lIoi.TOs; 
Ari.ene Koti.er 



Roll 

Dorothy Linville 
Jack Houts 
But. Howell 
ViRcisiA Hum 

BmSARI) HURLKV 

Robert Johsson 
Mii.iJREi) Jones 
Martha iVltctcKV 
OoixiRRS McKeous 
Frask Mortox 
Duncan Monroe 
Hyrdkii t; Nicholas 
Zelma Parneli. 

DORtS POINOEXTER 

l5iLL Patterson- 
Leo PAPI'AS 

Davu) Phillips 
Ruth Pkilups 
Lucille Stout 
Mary Smith 
Baxter Slaugh i er 
C.vroi, Smith 



J L Lies Shermam 
Charles Silwpe 
ROMIA Skbastain 
Iris Thackhr 
Ber\ari> Shleei.t 

JODY To.MLlNSOS 

JiiLE Warren 
Caroline York 
Framk Youvg 

TlIARLEj Meclm 
RiTH Peeler 

W'll.LIA.M LANCE.IN- 
MiLTlAEr. 'I'V NBKRl. 

Nellie Kittrei.i. 

RtOINAl II HiNSH.nv 

Mabei \Varlii.r 

tSENEVA CrOVVDER 

HiLiiA Marun 
Bkisv Hammer 
Dakrell Sechrest 
Harlan Reio 
Carmen Vkrnon 



INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB 



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CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR SOCIETY 

Doris Holmksi . , . . Prtsidenl 

C'l.EO Templet ON . I'tce-Prrsident 

Lucii.t.E Craves Seeretar}/ 



MINISTERIAL ASSOCIATION 

Marc LovKr.Ace ......,.*..... President 

JOHS Cagle .... * , - V . f'ice-PrcfiJirtl 

Anna Tesm . Kfcrt'iary 




I I 



IMJ 




MEDICAL CLUB 

Robert Hdi.t Pnshli-nt 

Sara Q%sv.\ fke-Prfiidenl 

Margaret Kairii Sfirrlaiy 



LAW CLUB 

Victor Harber President 

RoBERi MERHif7E V'ue-Pri's'uifKt 

William Lan'cfan .... Sfiri'iary 




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T H E 



B A 



N D 



Oii\ Blickensdhrkkr 

Ri'ssKi.t. Ht'niips , 

Emma Whifakfr ami Lii i ie Whmakkk 



{'niiduiUtr 

. . . Drum Major 
' Tvi'iii Tii-irlirs" 



Clarinrts 



XtARl, Lo\ HACK 

Jack {.'aldi.e 

VVll I.IAM SlAKNES 
(JfSR\ "i'l-RKN 
JamRS ScriTTES 



Cunitti 



El'(;k\F- CussHt-iv 

FK.\NCI5 Si Al.MAKFK 

Baxtkk Si.auchtkr 
LeRoi' Foster 
Lawremce Carter 

JOHW WiM.IAMS 

Cech. FnliEMA\ 



.lllit Saxo/>/iinus 

RuSSEia. HtJGHKS 

James McCai r. 
Percv Hum. ami 
Ai.iLE Overman 



//« 



Joe ShfFRis 
Robert AsiiRnvs 
Bernard Huri.ev 
Warrev CoimtN 



Fhilr 



Mil I>REI1 J()\ES 



Pi I mill 



Euplioniitm 

RoniKi Overman 



lilliS 



V\'ll r lAM (!ORN 

M. T. Hk-r^ 



F.iinii Vance 



liass Drum 

Sam Tamiir 

Snart' Drums 

V'erson Fohsev 
Robert Williams 
\\'i r . F . t A M Patters'! v 

Cyiiilitils 

Bill Rfl.MK 

Glockenspiel 

lln.EN Scon 




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I.ovflafC- V'ancp, Orav. iHuiit 



FORENSIC COUNCIL 




INTERCOLLEGIATE DEBATERS 



171 J 




KooniU. 1-ovclace. John'hon, Htnshaw, K^nniic 
Lce^ McCaskill, Holmes, T^mpltion. Wilier, Bond 

THE LIGHTED LAMP 



WHO'S WHO 

Rcnnic. LovelacL'. Hiiishaw. BoniJ 




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BLOCK "H" CLUB 



CHEERLEADERS 

Bivrns, Croivder. Elkins 
KmuEciuk, Stone 




f7}l 



ODERN P Rl SC I L L A CLUB 



Officers 

Rebecca Coble Prrsidenl 

LuLv Neal Thaver Fkf-Prt-sidenl 

Cleo PiNNtx Sfcretary 

Vestal Fercl'Son Treasurer 



Roll 



Basks Apple 
Maktiia Hmtv 
A.-^NABEL Gingham 



Rebecca Coble 
Cleo Pl>;^;L\• 
Vestal FE^lf:uso^• 

AnELAlllE COVNOR 

Ethki.da Peiers 
Iva NICHOI.sn^' 
Ruth Fltrelle 
Ruth M. Thompson 
Esther Mirav 
Li'cii.i.E Johnson 

ViRCINTA IlLifCT 

Chrisiine Kiser 
FRA^XES Scruccs 
Lucy Neal Thaver 
Nell Moore 
Jule Warren 



BErrv Russell 

lOAN' V\'lLLrAMS 

Mrs. W. II. Ford 



3| S ^E-=i'S^<=3 







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HOME MANAGEMENT 
HOUSE 

An increased number of Home Economics ma- 
jors necessitated two "practice house sessions" 
this year. All girls who are candidates for a B. S. 
degree in Home Economics are required to live 
in the home management house for six weeks dur- 
ing their Senior year. Being near the campus, its 
location is ideal for the young women who must 
attend classes on campus. 

Mrs. W, H. Ford, head of this department, 
supervises the girls in their management of the 
house. It is here that they apply ^H the principles 
which they have studied during their previous 
years of training by putting these principles to 
their practical uses. Child care, cooking, home 
budgeting, and home management in general are 
the important items studied at the home manage- 
ment house. 




.MRS. VC. H. FORD 



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THE FOOTLIGHTERS 

Morton Flov^'kr Presidtnt 

WlNME Brvas . rke-President 

EvELVK Atki\s , Reiordtnij Seftelary 



ENGINEERS CLUB 

Hesrv H. Hl'BBt.E , Fresidnit 

Larrv \V. Carter }'ki--Presit.tenl 

WivtKKD h.lMAR Si'trrlary 




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\ 



Owtfns, Lti, Aiiims, HitT,fKi\^, Mir.in, IMniinMJfTt'er 
Elkinji, Kivat, Vr^hiti^ Holton. ALLced 



Officers 
George Elkins I'ltiuUni 

Oi.iN Bi.iCKKN^SOEKtLR I'ld-Frfiulrnl 

Elizabeih KivriT SfCn-mry 

Representatives 
Jlp/ui Thtta Psi S'ujmd J I pint Phi DeUa Jlp/ia Epiiion 

Mrs. Ai.tCE Paigi-: V^'lllJK Mrs. C. B. Ouess Pmv. J. H. Allred 

Elizabeth Kcvett Esthkh Miran Oi.is Bi-iCKKssDhRFER 



Theta Phi 



Miss LOiUSE .^DAMS 

Nell Holto.v 



Epsilon Eta Phi 

Prnf, J, H. MOURASE 
(jElJUnE ELKIVS 



I 'I I (I Ttiii Kappii 



1'rue. Pali. Ovvek 
J.\CK D. Lek 



Ur. C. R. Hivsh.uv, t'lrmunint Cluiirman 



This year, in a icoigauized form, the Pan-Hflleiiic CoLincil has adopted a number 
of rules ajiil regulations which, it is believed, will lead to better relationships between 
the faculty, the student body as a whole, and the social clubs thi-niselves. The Council 
is composed of a faculty adviser and a student rcjiresentative from each of the six 
tjrcek k'ttcr organizations on the campus in addition to the new permanent chairman, 
Dr. Hinshaw. The group is quite active and well fulfills its duties by assuming active 
control over all the activities and relationships of the fraternities and sororities. 



P A N - H E L L E N I C COUNCIL 



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SIGMA ALPHA PHI 



RuLi. 



EsltlHH MlKAS 

Reefl-ca Clint. k 

HeC.EK W'AI.l.tK 

Verei. Ward 
Havks Ai'pr.E 

SiBM. Fcnvi.KK 



Louise Coi.e 

LliCII.LE JiUIKSOK 
Rachei, Sf'AIMIOLIK 
JJettv Skciikesi 
Jane Al^sii.n 

\'lKniNlA HUKT 



('l.Ed J EMHl.Eiri\, 

AlICK Chasdlkr 
Saka Lol: Gerrivger 



Honorary Meaibers 



Mrs. C, K. Owuvs 
Miss Vera Iimi 



Mrs. p. E. LisnLEV 
Miss Jaset Hali. 




Miss Harkiei Krt.tnonli 




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Roll 



Sev.moi:r Franklin' 
Jack Moran 
Regis- Ai,i> Himshaw 
MAR3E Grant 
Jack Lee 
Burke Koontz 
Marc Lovelace 
Robert Ci.iftok 



Klmhr Cash.v] I 
Albert Earle 

UoRAtR Git.ES 

Jerrv Colsihas 
Robert Merhice 
William Locke 
p. h. scarboro 
bovce wvns 



Honorary Members 



Dr. p. S, KtKNETT 

Dr. p. E. LiNDi.FV 



Dr. C". R. IIiNsiLwv 
Prof. A, C, Lovei.ace, Sk. 



O. A. KlRKMAV 



IOTA T A U KAPPA 



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T H E T A 



P H I 



R(ji.i. 
Np.i.i. Htn.ioN 

t\VIHKKIS'K El,(.tS<JV 

F-IUIH VAVfK 

RL'IH M. 'I'un.MfSON 

Jeavnh Ra\kjs 

tjRALt HlVF.NS 



Helen Crovvder 
P^iw.iXE Kevsei-j 
Lm.i.v Whitakkh 
Emma Wihtakrh 
Makkiiii Hkkkv 



HuMiRiKS Mlmkhrs 




iV[lSS LlJL'ISK AllAMS 
MkS. (jl.KNN- MliSE 



Mrs. N. p. \ ARBOROur.ii 
Mrs, N, M. Harbisok 



('. y. Yow 



-f 




^* 



180 1 





Roll 



AKClirt Will lAMS 
GeOKGK Et.KISS 

Edgar WEr.BORs 
C. A. Watis 
I'kas'k Hece 
KUEROV G/VRi.iM;ro\ 
CiMRLKS Cochran K 

BkVKRI.V BiJMl 



J(JE CiH.W 

HlOH Hamptiis 
TfJMMV KiKASCVKI'K 

Fred Mk.i.s 

rHAS;K FtRNANDEZ 

Rob CRT Skider 

El.MKK YOL \r. 
W'llllAM FkAZIER 



Fr .1 Mi Ha R I M A N 



HliNdR.ARI MtMItERS 
Fik;.\R ilARTI.KI J. H. MOURANE 

\V. F. Bailey N. P, Varborol^ch 

David T. \oiv Dr. B, H. Hiix 

U'Ant E. Maki.ktit 



E P S I L N ETA PHI 



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ALPHA T H E T A P S I 



ROL!, 



Elizabeth Kivett 
Daxease Maki.ev 
Josephine Weant 
Lucy Neai, Tji;V^ k« 
Ruth Good 
Ruth Hepi.er 



Rlth Mav 
Irene Parker 
W 11. LIE Edwards 
Anke Kitchens 
Alice Jones 

Hll.llRETH GABRIKL 



HoxDRARY Members 

Mrs. Alice Paige White Mrs. S, O. Peebles 

Mrs. M. W. Nash Mrs, G. I. H^JMl'HRE^s 

Mrs. r, R. HiN'sHAw 





ts: I 





Roll 



Robert Joknsok 

Henry Terry 

or.in buckensoerfer 



George Wei.bor.s 
Darret.i. Aixren 
Bob Overman 



Honorary Members 



Dr. (5ie\\ Pfrkv 
Dr. Paul R. Bow en 
Prof. \V. H. Form 
Prof. J. H. Ai.i.red 



c. c kobbi^s 
Herman Smith 
John Whitsell 
Dr. R. B. Davis 



Or. \V. L. Jackson 



DELTA ALPHA E P S I L N 



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ATHLETICS 




! 





C. VIRGIL YOW 




E. C. GLASGOW 
Aiditiitit Coach 



^ Arborou^, Grint, Yow, Hinshaw^ 
Hin&hdw, Allrtd. Glasgow, Austin 

ATHLETIC 
ASSOCIATION 

The Athletic Association controls all the athletic 
interests of High Point College. It is composed 
of several faculty members along with two mem- 
bers of the student body. Under the leadership of 
its chairman. Dr. C. R. Hinshaw, the group sched- 
ules all intercollegiate contests, supervises ticket 
sales, and makes preparations for trips which the 
athletic teams take. One of the more recent note- 
worthy accomplishments of the Association, was 
the sponsoring of the addition of new seats in 
Harrison gymnasium. Perhaps the most impor- 
tant duty of this group is the supervision of the 
regular physical education classes which all physi- 
cally fit young men are required to take. 



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AGILE PANTHERS ON PARADE 








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^p 



p >»' l<Q iyii*' 



i57|48^i^y^ 28^5 




i]':i» ««c f^. i ^ i3i ^ 



•■i 





.tt. C^ 



i£l445# 29431 




Captain Frankiix . . . Ead 

Case Bafk 

JOHMSOX Tackle 

FORNTEV Cuitlil 

BK^srn CfntiT 

I>:rnam>K/ Guard 



Stfr.nJ Ro^ 

AiTiER ....... Center 

Griswoi-I) ,..,... Back 

Cochrane Batk 

Boles ....... Guard 

Petack , Back 

T.ARVEM Tadlf 

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Third Raiw 

Cliftos Bad 

Moore Back 

ZuRAs Back 

Watts End 

Demmy End 

Lev\[s Back 



REVIEW OF PANTHER 
FOOTBALL SEASON 

Despite numerous injuries which 
cropped up throughout the playing sea- 
son, the 1939 Purple Panther gridders 
came through a rough ten -game sched- 
ule with a record of four wins and six 
losses. 

At various times during the year 
Mickey Cochrane, Frankie Fernandez, 
C. A Watts, Paul Altier, and Willis 
Tarver were on the sidelines with in- 
juries, but the Panthers fought against 
the odds in a gallant manner. 

It was in conference competition that 
the Panthers tasted defeat most bit- 
terly. In the opener with Elon, the 
Christians were victors 19-0, On suc- 
ceeding week-ends Lenoir-Rhyne and 
Catawba trounced the Panthers respec- 
tively by 32-7 and 31-13 scores. In the 
Catawba game, the Panthers provided 
the thrills even though they were on the 
losing end of the score. Henry Lewis 
intercepted a pass and scampered 96 
yards for a score and Mickey Cochrane 
ran a kickoff back 95 yards for a touch- 
down, Appalachian administered the 
other loop defeat by a 39-0 count. 

Victims of the Panther attack were 
William and Mary, 7-0, Guilford 7-6, 
E. C. T. C. 25-0, and W. C. T. C. 
7-2. 

Highlighting the season was the con- 
sistent performance of the veterans and 
the encouraging showing of several 
freshmen. Veterans Lloyd Johnson, 
Willis Tarver, Frankie Fernandez, C. 
A. Watts, Seymour Franklin, and 
Mickey Cochrane were brilliant in 
many games. Freshmen Henry Lewis, 
Arthur Griswold, George Demmy, Paul 




COBLE SHOFFNER 

Titttrtrt 




HAL VOW 

AliiTliAfi'tr 



Altier, Alvin Boles, and Joe Petack 
exhibited skill and finesse which makes 
Coach Virgil Yow look to the future 
with optimism. 

Captain Seymour Frankkn was the 
only letterman to graduate. With many 
returning next year plus the new ma- 
terial, it looks like better days are here 
for football 



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HIGH 
VARSITY 



POINT 
SQUAD 




A I, I IFR 

Alimak 

BENNETf 
BOI.ES 

Cask 
Cashatt 

CUFIOV 
COCHRANF 
Co ON 111 AN" 



tjEMMV 

Kaki.f. 
Femnamikz 

?(IH\T.\ 

Greeson 

(jkismoi.i) 

JoMNsns 

I.AMRfNCK 
l.K" IS 



Ml 1.1^ 

Moore 
M'iKi OS- 
Pet AC K 
Samjl'sf;! 
Tarvek 
Waits 
W'eiser 
Zlras 



FOOTBALL RESULTS 



High 
HiKh 
Hijltr 
HiKh 
Hieli 

High 
High 
High 
High 



Point 

pt>int . 

Hiiiiit 

Point 

Pot 111 

Point 

Fiiint 

Point 

Point 

Puiiit 



. 13; Elon 

. 7; Lfnriir-Rhyni; . . 
. 13; Cataivlia . . . 

. 7; William & M^iry 

o; Appaiai-hian 

o; Wofford . . . . 
. 7; Ouilford . . . . 

o; Emory and Henry 

35; E. C. T. C . . 

. 7; W. C. T. C-. , . . 



19 

3* 

31 

o 

39 

3 
6 

o 

2 



fso) 



BASEBALL "ROSES AND THORNS" OF 
THE 1939 SEASON 

The 1939 Purple Panthers of the diamond, after a rather shaky early season start, 
roared through their half dozen games on the winning side. The belated surge of power 
gave the nine a season's record of nine wins and eight reversals. 

Pacing the mound staff were Freshman June Scotton from Thomasville and the 
veterans Elmer Cashatt and Hal Yow. The hitters were led by Righthelder Gihner 
Wagonner. The team was characterized by a well-balanced infield which did a good job 
despite the record of defeats. As a defensive club, the Panthers were brilHanr, but in 
crucial moments sometimes lacked the so vital scoring punch. 



RESULTS 



High 
Hfgh 

High 
High 
High 
High 
High 
High 
High 
High 
High 
High 
High 
High 
High 
High 
High 



Ptiinr 
Pdint 
Point 
Pmlnt 



s ; 
+ ; 
4; 

7 



Pnint ............ (i; 

Priiiit I : 



Point 3; McCrary 



Cataviha 4 

Lenoir-Rhynt 4 

Ohio Wesley.iri 6 

Elon J 5 

Lentiir-Rhvnc 5 

Elon . ' 7 



Point 3 ; Catawba 

Point J ; Ehin 

Point 10; A. C. C. 



Point 4; A. C. r. 

Point ft; tiailford . 

Point ft : \V, r. T. 



Point i>; E. C. T. C. 

Pnint 4; E. C. r. C. 

Poini 3; E. C. T. C. 

Pnint q; E. C. T. C. 



5 



3 
3 
o 

2 

3 

a* 

S 



THE 1939 DIAMOND SQUAD 




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BASKETBALL, 1939 - 1940 

Although they were forced to vacate their North State Conference 
throne which they held last year, the Panthers who uphold the Purple and 
White on the basketball court, cruised through the 1939-40 basketball sea- 
son with 2 1 wins and six losses, a fine record in anybody's league. 

Every power in the conference had their Big Bertha guns trained on the 
Panthers this season, and even though they fought doggedly. Coach Virgil 
Yow's charges could not successfully overcome Appalachian league champs, 
and Elon, both of whom spanked the Panthers twice. A one-point loss to 
Hanes Hosiery and a defeat by Western Carolina Teachers were the only 
other blotches on the Panther slate. 




PattsbSON, Cejitn 



COUNIHAN. Guiifd MoflAK. Cujrd 

Dhmmy, GujiJ HABTNETt. Fura.iril 



KEFfJE^ CtnlcT 
MtJBBAV> forWiirtl 

Humphrey, FerwaTj 



tni 



SEASON'S RESULTS 



High 

High 

High 

High 
High 
High 
High 
HiRh 
High 
High 
High 
High 
High 
nit;h 
High 
High 
High 
High 
High 
High 
High 
High 
High 
High 
High 
High 
High 



Point 
Point 
Point 
Point 
Point 
Point 
Point 
Point 



3'; 
46; 
57; 
43; 

47; 
45: 
43; 
5 



Point 58; 

'■o'lit 55 ; 



Point 



59; 



Point 3; ; 

Point 55; 

Point 43 ; 

Point 15; 

Point .... 40; 

Point 59; 

Point ..,,... 5t ; 

Point 39; 

Point 44; 

Point 4; ; 

Point . . 5(i; 

Point 48 ; 

Point 41 ; 

Point 53 ; 

Point 42; 

Point , . ^f,; 



Roanolie 30 

Hanes . 47 

Newport Neivs 53 

McCrary 39 

L;)rigley Fisid 43 

Wilham and Mary 

Naval Base 

E. C. T. C 

A. C, C, 

Guilford . 

Catawba 

MeCrary 34 

Catawba 37 

Appalachian 62 



34 
32 
3S 

26 
31 

34 



40 
63 
4S 

40 



Elon 

Appalai'hiai 
Lenotr-Rhvti 
A. C. C.'. 
Elon . . 

Mexico , . j4 

C-fuilford . 44 

Lenoir-Rhyne 36 

Spindale 39 

W. C. T. C 46 

\y. C. T. C 39 

Enka 39 

Hanes 43 



The season's opener saw the Pack slip by a Pulaski, Va., independent team by 
a 31-30 score. Next night came the Hanes loss, but the next eleven foes succumbed 
to High Point. But then came the 62-43 loss to Appalachian; four nights later at 
Elon, High Point collapsed and Elon walked away with a 40-19 triumph. To finish 
up a hectic week, Appalachian tripped the local five 59-40 at Boone. With these 
three defeats went all chances for the loop title. 

After this mid-season nightmare, the Panthers pulled themselves together and 
roared through the remainder of the schedule with just two reverses^ — a heart-break- 
ing 40-39 loss to Elon and a 46-41 defeat to W. C. T. C, Among the teams that 
fell in this late season surge were the University of Mexico, Lenoir-Rhyne, Enka 
Mills, and W. C, T, C, A fitting climax to a successful year came in the last game 
when the Panthers had just won the Carolinas A. A. U, crown. 

Captain Hugh Hampton rounded out four years of brilliant service as varsity 
center, scoring 314 points for the season. Hilliard Nance, who was sick when the 
Zenith pictures were taken, was certainly a well man the remainder of the season, 
as he poured 177 points through the net. Jack Moran, Jerry Counihan, Bill Keene, 
and Frank Murray were veterans always in the thick of battle. Bill Patterson, Mil- 
liard Coble, George Welborne, Bob Merhige, and Boyce Wynn moved up from 
the Purple Kittens to become valuable members of the Varsity Squad. 

A freshman combination composed of George Zuras, Russ Lombardy, George 
Demmy, Tennis Humphrey, and Emmett Hartnett performed like veterans, and 
when Coach Yow thinks of this quintet and the future, he smiles. 

With Hampton the only man graduating, the Panthers should roll on to new 
heights next season. 



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JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL 

The Junior Varsity basketball team, under the direction of Coach Clay- 
ton Glasgow, this year amassed a fine record. The Junior Varsity, or B 
team, played preliminary games to the home varsity encounters as well as 
playing several games in the afternoon. Most of the games were played 
with high schools and with fast amateur and independent teams. 

Although a great number of boys saw action, the following were out- 
standing: Morton "Ugly" Littman was a dead pot shot artist, Henry 
Lewis was a fine all around player, Malcolm Riley and Robert Kearns were 
good under the basket, and Sam Fowler and Vernon Forney were good 
steady performers. Others who saw action for Coach Glasgow were Joe 
Petack, Harry Sandusky, Horace Giles, Burke Koontz, Bayne Keever, 
Duncan Monroe, Jimmy Moore and John Farlow. 




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Coached by the versatile Hugh Hampton, the 1939 version of the Pur- 
ple Panther soccer squad continued the winning ways which made them 
able to lay claim to the mythical state championship during 1938. With a 
fine array of regulars as the nucleus, plentiful reserve power was the key- 
note of the Panthers" success. The fine playing of Koontz, Kinascykuk, S. 
Coble, Short, M. Coble, Coach Hampton, Rosen, Lewis, H. Gar- 
mon, R. Garmon, Zuras, Carter, Bond, Hicks, and Ferree accounts for thi. 
story of power and supremacy which is best told in the results of the sea- 
son's encounters. 



RESULTS 



High 


Point . 


Miyli 


I'liitit . 


HiKl. 


P.tiFlt 


HiRll 


i'oiiit . 


Hijili 


[■"aiiit . 


HiKh 


Point 


HiKh 


Point 


Hiijh 


Point . 


High 


Point 



HirK Point 
lamestown 
iluLc . . 
Davidson 
Frostbhiirg . 
Sf ton- Hall . 
Duki- . 
Das'itl^on 
Uijjh Point 



V. 



SOCCER 1939 



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T 



E 



N 



N 



S 



Although the record of the Purple Panther tennis aggregation has not 
been a good one the team has fought hard and has given a good account of 
itself. Because of bad weather and a lack of adequate tennis courts, the 
team did not acquit itself with a fine record. From the 1939 team, there 
are four returning lettermen. Richard Short and Reginald Hinshaw, 
seniors, will be completing four years of college tennis. Albert Earle is 
playing his third year. William Frazier is playing his second year. 

From last year's tennis team, two members were lost, these being Morton 
Samet, number one man, and the letterman. Porter Hauser. However, 
chances for the season of 1940 are brighter than in the past because of the 
easier schedule and because of the returning veterans. The other post on 
the team will probably be filled by some of the new material, although very 
little is known about the court tactics of the freshmen and transfer stu- 
dents. 




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To provide both wholesome recreation 
and practical training is the aim of the 
Woman's Athletic Association. This 
year has certainly marked the high point 
of attainment and success as the Asso- 
ciation marched forward trailing new and 
bigger clouds of glory in the field of 
girls' athletics. 

Under the capable presidency of 
Esther Miran and the generous assisrance 
of the physical education instructor for 
wotnen, Miss Strickler, the association 
grew in both activity and number of 
members. 

To become a member of this organi- 
zation of national standing, a girl must 
earn a minimum of twenty-five points. 
To become the proud owner of a college 
letter, she must earn five hundred points, 
and for the much desired college sweater, 
a total of two thousand points is re- 
quired. 

Intramural tournaments of soccer, bas- 
ketball, volleyball, softball, and tennis 
topped off by the annual banquet and 
dance were the high lights in this year's 
program. 



WOMAN'S 

ATHLETIC 

ASSOCIATION 



Dkuckrs 



KsniKR MiK.w . 
Doris Holmes . 

LllCtt.I.E JllHVSOS 
C;rACF. KlVEVS . 



rill'-PlrllJlHl 

, . .Vci iiliiry 
Tri'iuurn 




MISS STKlCKLtR 

P^yciL-.i/ HJucj/inn DlTami 



197] 



SOCCER 



VOLLEY BALL 



BASKETBALL 




[9S] 




RIDING 



TENNIS 



DANCING 



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FEATURES 





COLLEGE MARSFiALS 





Earle, Cll'lef 




Lee 


Crowd KR 


KOONT/, 


KE^fNE^T 


Temp [.ETON 


Austin 


Grant 




MORAK 



[ ion 




MISS EDITH VANCE 



SPONSOR SENIOR CLASS 



I 



/MISS HELEN CROWDER 



SPONSOR JUNIOR CLASS 





MISS VIRGINIA HUNT 



SPONSOR SOPHOMORE CLASS 



MISS JLILE WARREN 



SPONSOR FRESHMAN CLASS 
Chofen by Crctf B. DeMiHt 

JS 

The Moit Bfiiafifuf 




MOST POPULAR 

MARC LOVELACE 
EDITH VANCE 



MOST INTELLECTUAL 

WILLIAM RENNIE 
MARGUERITE McCASKILL 



MOST VERSATILE 

ARCHIE WILLIAMS 
RUTH MERELYN THOMPSON 




MOST FRIENDLY 

FRANK HEGE 
MARGUERITE McCASKILL 



BEST LOOKING 

FRANK HARTMAN 
JOSEPHINE WEANT 



BEST SPORTS 

GEORGE ELKtNS 
NELL HOLTON 



MOST ATHLETIC 

HUGH HAMPTON 
ESTHER Ml RAN 




SENIOR SUPERLATIVES 



MOST ORIGINAL 

ROBERT JOHNSON 
HELEN WALLER 





MAY QUEEN 
MISS VEREL WARD 



MAY DAY FESTIVITIES. 1939 



I 



<Ji iiini 







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The good will of men, women and children who contact this organliatlon 
casually or In business constitutes the principal asset which maintains it as a 
service institution. Our sincere desire to serve our many patrons well and 
unselfishly is widely recognized and our ability to do this is established. 



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First Furniture Factory Established 
in High Po'nt 



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PHONE 332S 



COMPLIMENTS 
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4> 





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COMPLIMENTS 

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lif^ ||B 




^-•im 



3llarUee'3 

High Point's Quality Department 
Store 



KOONCE FUNERAL HOME 

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PHONE 454S 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

W. A. DAVIS MILLING 
COMPANY 



DE SOTO 


PLYMOUTH 


FURNITURE-CITY MOTORS 




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S+. PHONE 3296 



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Phone 473 f 5 
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Complete Home Furnishings 

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Compliments 






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SREENSEORO, N. 


c. 



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BIRELEY'S 



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INC. 


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Sales 

Cars — Trucks 


Service 


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GUILFORD GENERAL 
HOSPITAL 



HIGH 


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l?7 South Main St. 


CO. 


D. 


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"Anything for the Ganr^e" 





BETIY LOU SHOPPE 

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Accessories 

"A Store You Love to Visif" 
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CORPORATION 


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ATLANTA, GA. 


Service Through the 


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High Point Otr 


ce Phone 4S03 



W. C. BROWN SHOE SHOP 
QUALITY SHOE SHOP 



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COMPANY 



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COMPANY 



Phone 4507 



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Welcome +o 




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233 S. MAIN PHONE 2700 



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"IN THE HEART OF THE PIEDMONT" 
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J. 


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AMBULANCE SERVICE 

Dial 3349 


SON 



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Books — School Supplies — Refreshments 
OFFICIAL COLLEGE RINGS AND JEWELRY 



DRINK 



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DIAL 4085 

MAIN AT WASHINGTON ST. 

"The Best In Flowers" 



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EDGAR S N DER 




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Phone 3242 


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N. L. GARNER, 


AGENCY 


T-v ERFECT 

Protection 

"*" AYS 


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Phone 4648 


OCCIDENTAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. 



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MAIN r 


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GEORGE B. ELDER, Treasurer 
(Former Student) 

QUALITY FURNITURE CO. 

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INCORPOKA'l'El) 

PASTEURIZED PRODUCTS 

Phone 1553 

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QUALITY CLOTHES FOR MEN 

129 South Main Street 

High Point, N. C. 



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BLUE BIRD CAB CO. 



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Greensboro Raleigh 

Alwavs The Best Place For Real Food 



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Of 
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Mann's 


Cut-Rate 


Drug Store 


High Point, 


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Greensboro, 


N. C. 


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N. C. 


Burlington, N, C. 



HIGH POINT PAPER BOX 
COMPANY 

INCORPORATED 
High Point, N. C. 



COMPLIMENTS 


Of 


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COMPLIMENTS OF 

Allen Thacker - Frances Muse 

Bus. Mgr. Editor 

1939 ZENITH 



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BURT ASBURY 

1935 ZENITH EDITOR 



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HIGH POINT COLMGB 
HIGH POINT, N. C.